Micronuclei as an index of cytogenetic damage: past, present, and future.

  title={Micronuclei as an index of cytogenetic damage: past, present, and future.},
  author={John A. Heddle and Michael C Cimino and Makoto Hayashi and F. Romagna and Michael D. Shelby and James D. Tucker and Philippe Vanparys and James T Macgregor},
  journal={Environmental and molecular mutagenesis},
  volume={18 4},
The workshop was designed to present what is known about the production of micronuclei, what protocols are now accepted or proposed internationally, what new results have been obtained, and what new methods and protocols are likely to be forthcoming. This report is designed to convey the flavour of the workshop and to provide the essence of the new information. After the workshop an effort was made to determine what single protocol would satisfy the requirements set for the micronucleus test by… CONTINUE READING

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